Onion Grass, False Onion Weed, Onion Weed
Seasons of Growth
Autumn-winter germinating herbaceous perennial.
Key Distinguishing Feature
Tough grass like leaves up to 30cm high and 1-2mm wide, with blunt edges Pink-violet flowers with a yellow throat and 6 equal spreading petals about 20mm across.
Guildford grass AKA Onion grass is a small perennial, with tough grass like leaves up to 30cm high and 1-2mm wide, with blunt edges and prominent midrib. It produces a small brown underground corm about 1 cm in diameter. Flowering occurs in Spring each year.
Not to be confused with another plant called False Onion Weed.
Key Products for Control:
Duke 100WG - 1g/100sqm *Not safe for QLD Blue Couch, Fescue, Bentgrass, or Ryegrass lawns
Due to the similarity in appearance of this weed to NutGrass, we recommend contacting the LawnPride Support Team with photos. This will help us best identify and provide treatments for your personal lawn.
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